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? eighth anniversary, we still take phone calls. jim in florida. jim. >> caller: how about a big boo-yah. >> huh? >> caller: how about a nice booyah for our new pope. >> yes. yes. how thrilling is that? i was thrilled about that. that will be great. what's up? >> caller: blackberry, bbly. >> yeah. >> caller: it looks like they have good sales generated, and they've got good foreign interests. is it a good time to buy right now? >> this stock trades 1215, 1215, 1212. wait until it gets back to 12 to trade it again. right now i fear you may be behind the eight-ball if you buy blackberry. another year older and wiser. lots of earnings out from big companies this week, but the most important, it's the wednesday fed meeting. it could actually be the only thing that matters. our eighth anniversary celebration is just getting started. i was excited about this. all night we're highlighting memorable moments since the show began. and remember, your opinion counts. you voted online for your favorite moment. and we'll reveal the viewer's choice at the end of the show as we go to break, that's f
in california, please. denise. >> caller: boo-yah. is this that sexy jim with a smoking hot body? >> no, no. this is a different jim. he's taken over that guy. >> caller: i have a question about petsmart. it's gone down since i bought it. and i know they offered poor guidance for the year. and also ross stores have gone down, too. should i buy more of each one? >> what did you start -- when you started you were talking about -- oh, never mind. you were discussing me. just trying to get the physique thing down. petsmart i actually think was an overreaction. i think it went down too much. ross stores was an overreaction. i think that went down too much. these stocks are now in the penalty box. we actually can't touch them until we see the next quarter. that may be a long time to wait, but i fear that people think like bed, bath & beyond that there's no coming back from these quarters. we've got to wait. patience. victor in ohio. victor? >> caller: yes, sir. jimmy, this is victor in columbus, ohio. great big urban meyer. >> man, i like urban meyer. what a powerhouse. and you know what? can we
smith, tobin smith, jonas max ferris, along with jim la camp and stephen. welcome to everybody. jonas, is wall street soaring because d.c. is cutting? >> no question about it because this year is the year we're getting out of stimulus, the year we're tightening the budget and taxes, everybody knows we were going to cut spending with the the program and businesses know it and we saw the unemployment report they're hiring people so they're not scared that this is going to cause the next recession. that was the fear lingering in the market, the last year, when the government backs out it's going to come to an end, recession, and people on the show for years. it hasn't happened, and not happening and so the government can back out, slowly, but surely and let things go the way they go. >> brenda: okay, today is the four-year anniversary of this bull market and we sure haven't been cutting until now. >> yeah, but, i mean, given the sequester cuts, the credit for the bull market, i mean, that's a little like giving -- a mom goes through pregnancy and birth for nine months and give dad the cr
.m. "squawk on the street," back here at 5:00 for more "fast money," meantime, "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game! >> they're going to go out of business and he's nuts. they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i like to say there's a bull market somewhere. mad money, you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friend, i'm just trying to save you some money. my job isn't just to entertain you, but save some money. call me. >> we are all so conditioned to hating stocks and hath the market that we're puzzled. we can't seem to figure out how to deal with the new levels we've seen. when the dow gained five points and the nasdaq advanced .09%. i know even i, i've said i want to wait for a couple of down days after this winning streak simply because we haven't been up nine straight days in a row for the dow since november of 1996, and that -- ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> that's a stunning record to be tying and oh, my, were things different and so much b
if they could continue to lead. plus, a spec shipping play and jim's prognosis for merck. it's all ahead on the eighth anniversary edition of "mad money." okay, it is time for the buck stops here. the final word from the fx market. todd, kick it off for us. >> you have to go long the irish on st. paddy's day. no, just kidding. i'm long euro right now. i'm long the australian dollar. i think those employment numbers were a blowout. i think we're in this dollar weakening phase gun. >> not wearing the green for nothing, todd. b.k.? >> again, love the euro trade. i think there's a catalyst coming in this week. not only, like andy said, you could get a surprise out of italy, but say they don't form a government. a government, i again think that makes the euro closer to becoming the german deutsche bank. >> and i like to hopefully get you into the position or out on wednesday or thursday when you get better than expected pmi numbers. >> amelia. >> i'm sure it's sterling and me gusta like todd. happy st. paddy's day. >> indeed. that's it for "money in motion." thank you so much for watching. i'
with you. that's how ameriprise puts more within reach. ♪ >>> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game! >> firms are going to go out of business, and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere -- >> "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. >>> hey, i'm cramer! welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. some people want to make friends, i'm just trying to save you some money. my job is not just to entertain, but i'm coaching and i'm teaching, so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. now -- now we've figured it out. now we know why we've been climbing. that's how you have to view this labor department hiring number that came out this morning. this is terrific. stunningly good 236,000 jobs that were created last month. it's one of the best numbers in years. okay, now, look. you say well, wait a second, the market didn't roar. the dow gained 68 points. but we've been rallying for weeks on end, including five straight days. taking out the all-time high. i think that's because the market anticipated this newfou
yourself on for the ride and be a happy family! joey in florida. joey! >> boo-yah, jim. >> boo-yah, chief. >> hey, what are your thoughts on high crush partners, symbol hclp. they produce sand used in the fracking process and they have rail infrastructure with union pacific so they can reach major shales and basins all throughout the united states? >> i think that -- i know the mineral company. i think that you mentioned two stocks i like. you can buy heckman if you want the straight out and union pacific if you want that aspect. i don't need to mix them. i like to keep them separate. this is peanut butter and jelly. i think it's union pacific and heckmann and that's what you should do. let's go to brandon in texas. brandon? >> boo-yah, jim! >> boo-yah, brandon. >> thanks for being informative and entertaining. >> when you're up this many days you hope people start catching on and maybe it's a good thing, go ahead. >> i have a question about the potential decision about the agriculture department buying the sugar up and artificially raise the price. how will it affect companies like hersh
." meantime, don't go anywhere. "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game! >> they're going to go out of business and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. >> "mad money." you can't afford to miss it! hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. just trying to save you money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate you so call me 1-800-743-cnbc. let the would tip capitulators here be wrong. they almost by nature have to be wrong. talking about hedge fund managers who find themselves saying that, hey, it's not too late to give in. you ain't seen nothing yet! even though the dow had the aelth straight up day in a row. that's what i heard all day yesterday and today. the dow edged up another three points, s&p dipped 2.4% and the nasdaq is back 3.2%. look, you know me. i always want to make the points. and there's still plenty of money to be made in this market! if there's money to be made on
. mark. >> caller: boo-yah, jim. as we saw today, gold seems to be going up as the market takes a breather and contemplates a pullback. i would like your thoughts on using the mining companies like silver wheaten which you mentioned earlier this week and bharat gold as hedges against the downturn in the market which has obviously experienced a nice run. >> i don't think we're going to put those -- those two are not similar. silver wheaton is a royalty play. bar rack is deep plea exposed to gold. i prefer the gld but i think silver wheatton could work here. the reversion to gold is bad for the market. step aside for a couple days. michael in new york. michael. >> caller: jimmy, boo-yah from new york! >> up there the other day. beautiful up there. big turn. i love the way it works. >> caller: all right, man, long-time listener. loved your book, "getting back to even." >> thank you very much. >> caller: my stock is cvrr. reported a good quarter today. >> congratulations to you for being your stock. >> caller: they increased the distribution forecast from 472 to 550. what do you thi
for watching. "mad money" starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer, welcome to my world. >> you need to gelt in the game. >> stearns is going to go out of business and he's nuts, they're nuts, they know nothing. >> i always like to say there is a bull market somewhere. >> "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money" to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i'm trying to save you a little money. my job, not just to entertain but to educate. call 1-800-743-cnbc. after the tenth straight up day in the market, seemingly endless winning streak, the day where the dow gained 84 points, s & p, .6%, nasdaq, .43%. we need to take about something that a lot of people are taking issue, the fed's role in the stock market rally. we are going to make it clear, interesting and action oriented. here is what we'll do. no denying that the fed is creating an environment where companies can do well and stocks can do higher. we know the fed has allowed individuals and corporations to refinance and a gigantic part of what made it possible for people to buy stocks and bu
to return oversight of the compounding industry to the f.d.a. tonight, jim axelrod continues our investigation and finds that the trouble in the industry extends far beyond new england compounding center. >> reporter: when the f.d.a. raided the new england compounding center last october, inspectors found major violations including visible specks of black fungus in drug vials. >> that is indeed unusual in the professional pharmacy to see such blatant disregard for human life and for the professional standards that we hold dear. >> reporter: david miller is the head of the international academy of compounding pharmacists. the i.a.c.p. represent these companies that tailor or compound medicines for specific patients. are you satisfied with how safe the industry is? >> this misbehavior of this one compounding pharmacy in particular, the benefit to that is that that has enabled all of us to ask that very question and say "what can we do to make sure an n.e.c.c. tragedy never happens again?" >> reporter: but in january, massachusetts finished conducting 40 unannounced inspections of d
right there. right now stay right there. "mad money," jim cramer starts right now. "mad money," jim cramer starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. firms are going to go out of business, and he is nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing. i always like to say there is a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to make you money. my job is not just to entertain you but to try to coach you. so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. somewhere along the line, the psychology shifted. somewhere along the line, it stopped feeling good to sell and started feeling loathsome and stupid. somewhere we developed sellers' remorse after a stock transaction. and we see it now every day, including today where the market opened down, right? people sold. and then it rebounded. the dow closing up 50 points. we typically associate buyers or sellers of remorse with real estate there is a ton of secondguessing about the homes bought in
got you. eye candy. hal sparks is filling in for jim ward today. >> ooh, good thing i worked out extra yesterday. >> stephanie: you and melissa fitzgerald and i went spinning yesterday. >> we did. >> stephanie: she will be here in about an hour. the truffle will be reunited. >> it is sad when we can't go a day without each other. >> can we re-create that experience? i'll play the bike. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: little sexy liberal sandwich between melissa and i. >> my hands can be the pedals. we'll work it out. >> stephanie: "l.a. times," things to watch while john is on vacation. is that stephanie miller? why thank you "l.a. times." you like me. you really like me. >> we've got wonder woman on today. lynda carter. [ ding ding ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: i gotta get some bracelets. here she is, jacki schechner my wonder woman in the current news center. >> president obama is planning to head up to the hill to meet with democratic and republican caucuses in both the house and the senate separately. it is latest step in his step to circumvent republican leadership which has been stub s
governor newsom is here plus from the big bang theory jimmy parsons. >> it's jim. jim par sons. >> it's jim. jim par sons. >> i guess somebody if. >> pope francis returned to the sistine chapel for the first mass of his papacy today. pope delivered off the cuff homily challenge to cardinal ta to help build up the church. sign of the pope humble nature on display today in rome. instead of taking a sedan set aside for the pope he rode the shuttle bus with other cardinal and pick up his own luggage from the hotel and even paid his own bill. his wardrobe is already simpler than past pope. he kept his cross from his time as bishop. >> woman claiming to have been pope francis childhood girlfriend says she helped him become a priest by rejecting his marriage proposal. in buenos aires today the woman said she lived 4 houses down from young man. she says when she was 13 he told her quote if we don't get married i'll become a priest. is he she is she has high hope for his role as pope. >> air traffic controller was awarded the medal of safety for saving the life of a pilot. he was sou
was. >> judy miller, editor of the national review, rich lawrie. jim pinkerton contributing editor the american conservative magazine and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> these cuts are not smart, they'll hurt our economy and cost us jobs. and congress can turn them off at any time, as soon as both sides are willing to compromise. it's unnecessary. and in a time when too many of ours friends and neighbors are still looking for work, it's inexcusable. hundreds of thousands of americans who serve their country, border patrol agents, fbi agents, civilians who work for the defense department, will see their wages cut and their hours reduced. >> jon: remember that? the president pushing the doom and gloom scenario over the sequester and as we have discussed on this program, the media pretty much parroted the white house hype. the hysteria never came, the planes and trains running, and lights are on. sewage is not flowing on the streets as far as we are aware, but the media seem to have changed their tune. the washington times,
that they've been filing, that they may be entering a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. jim spellman has been in the courtroom. >> reporter: ashleigh, nearly eight months after the tragic aurora theater shooting james holse is expected to plea to 166 counts, murder, attempted murder and a few other charges. he's expected to plead not guilty by reason of insanity. if he does that, the judge will immediately order him to be examined by state medical examiners. they can also do what's calls a narco analytic examination. give him essentially a truth serum in a barbiturate state to do a polygraph. we do expect to see james holmes from video from court. his orange hair long gone. he shaved that. has brown hair now. but that dazed look has remained in all the hearings over the last eight months. ashleigh. >> jim spellman, thanks very much for that. >>> in about an hour, president obama has plans to head to a rainy capitol hill. and he's hoping to jump-start some budget talks and face-to-face meetings as well. >>> in the meantime, we're also keeping our eyes on another rainy place. it's st.
by a president sometimes criticized and supposedly aloof when it comes to congress. jim acosta is at the white house watching all of this unfold, and the key question right now, what, if anything, do they believe there was accomplished during the so-called charm offensive? >> reporter: wolf, white house officials believe they accomplished some things. they believe they made some progress. they feel the president got assurances from some republicans that they might be willing to bend on the issue of raising new tax revenues by closing loopholes and deductions. they say it is a good week, but they know in the house it is unlikely a lot of republicans will sign onto new tax revenues as part of a grand bargain. that's why administration officials have also been cautioning that the president has been talking to lawmakers about other issues like gun control and immigration. it is an issue and example that the president doesn't want to get bogged down on fiscal and budget issues. but the white house officials are also hinting we may see more of a charm offensive after he gets back from his trip to th
know jim ward yesterday missed hot brie in the studio, and wonder woman. >> i know it was really not a good day for him to choose -- >> stephanie: one of our listeners suggested that we put hot brie's stripper pole in here and you do the news -- >> wait. wait. >> stephanie: it has been suggested that we send a taxi for you. >> so you put the pole in there, i do the news here and it all comes together in jim's head. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: and now here she is, her hotness, jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. today is the start of the conclave to pick the next pope. the 115 cardinals attended mass this morning. now they will head to the sistine chapel. that's when we start playing pope or no pope. the first signs of smoke should come up from the chapel chimney around 3:00 am eastern time. black smoke means no pope white smoke means the cardinals have chosen the next leader. the vatican will be prepared for a new pope but it is not likely to happen right away. a cardinal needs a two-third's majority to become the next pope. new york city man on big su
surrender on the forced budget cuts. jim accosta is at the white house. jim, good morning. >> reporter: brianna and victor, after positive jobs numbers came out, white house officials certainly have a spring in their step but they are well aware there are plenty of obstacles that still exist that could trip up this recovery. after the latest jobs report found the nation's unemployment rate had dipped to levels not seen since before president obama took office, the white house wanted to know one thing. where were all of the questions about the good news? >> i suspect the jobs numbers have been different it would have taken less than four people to ask me about them. that's the nature of our work i think here. >> reporter: the obama administration warns don't get too excited. the report does not account for automatic budget cuts that just took effect. >> democrats and republicans agree the sequester is going to have a negative impact on job creation. >> reporter: which makes president obama's latest outreach to republicans all the more important. a charm offensive that just so happened t
bang theory jimmy parsons. >> it's jim. jim par sons. >> it's jim. jim par sons. >> i guess somebody if. >> pope francis returned to the sistine chapel for the first mass of his papacy today. pope delivered off the cuff homily challenge to cardinal ta to help build up the church. sign of the pope humble nature on display today in rome. instead of taking a sedan set aside for the pope he rode the shuttle bus with other cardinal and pick up his own luggage from the hotel and even paid his own bill. his wardrobe is already simpler than past pope. he kept his cross from his time as bishop. >> woman claiming to have been pope francis childhood girlfriend says she helped him become a priest by rejecting his marriage proposal. in buenos aires today the woman said she lived 4 houses down from young man. she says when she was 13 he told her quote if we don't get married i'll become a priest. is he she is she has high hope for his role as pope. >> air traffic controller was awarded the medal of safety for saving the life of a pilot. he was sounding fine one moment when suddenly the ai
, says jim paulson, chief investment strategist at wells capital nagement. mr. paulso welce. good to have you with us. >> thanks, tyler. >> you have a pretty aggressive target this year for the s&p 500. what is it and why are you so confident? >> yeah, i've been since year ends think we could go up and touch 1700 some time this year for the s&p 500. tonight maybe we're about halfway to that target price. it certainly won't be a straight line. i fully anticipate we'll have some correction along the way here at some point. but i still think we're maybe only halfway to where we're going to go this year. i think the biggest driving catalyst, tyler, this year has en t fac that growth, economic growth keeps coming in far faster than most people anticipated at the end of the year. most people participate about 2% growth this year. i think we're coming in closer to 3. and as that becomes more obvious, confidence goes up, and that goes right into higher valuations for stock prices. >> jim, you were telling me earlier today that investors shouldn't worry about this correction. why not? and how much
of "mad money." follow @jimcramerer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer, #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. >>> doesn't take a genius to figure out we've got an absolute roaring bull market in publicly traded stocks. the s&p is not many points away from record levels. the dow seems to enter a new high every day. but what if i told you there was an even hotter bull market out there right now. i'm talking about private equity, pe, which is totally en fuego right now. private equity firms buying companies using borrowed money. then they typically fire a bunch of people, streamline the business, and then years later they take profits by bringing the company public via an ipo. [ applause ] virtuous circle. central banks around the world are keeping interest rates low. so there is lots of cheap money they can use to finance their leveraged buyouts. at the same time the stock market is in terrific shape and ipos have been doing very well. which means private equity funds can realize enormous g
. tomorrow. there tomorrow. there is a bull market somewhere. i promise to try to find it. i'm jim cramer, i will see you tomorrow. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." make it ten straight days of gains for the douw. dow up 83 points to a new record high. s & p finishing just shy of a new record high and i'm make the case that a strong dollar goes hand in hand with a strong stock market and rising investment returns in the economy. but it's not all good news out there. detroit, take a look at the new man in charge of your money. governor rick snyder naming kevin orr as emergency manager for the financially distressed city. i think bankruptcy and busted union contracts are the only answers, i will speak to the kwov nor and mr. orr about their chances and president obama, very interesting things to tell republican senators this afternoon. he says he's for corporate tax reform and willing to push fellow democrats on entitlements. is the charm offensive starting to pay off? "the kudlow report" begins right now. first up tonight, a nice 83-point move higher
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, stabilizing this guy country and making this guy safe. how would you like to be jim frazier. jim's son was killed in afghanistan in march of 2003 when his convoy was ambushed. jim, i wish i had you under different circumstances, but cie dealt. what did you make of cash decide's remarks? >> needless to say it ajsder -- karzai's remarks. >> it angered me and all the ones that were lost. our young men and women went into afghanistan over ten years ago putting forth the finest effort to establish some sort of continuity in that country. what is karzai doing today? he seems to be undermining ten years of hard work. i don't want my son's legacy to be karzai's failure. >> neil: do you remember your son jacob and when he went in. back in those days, afghanistan is taliban and bad guys were hiding out and sitting up shop. we were going to smoke them out. that was the goal. your son thanks to his brave efforts and others like him succeeded in doing that. now, it seems to be karzai wants to make a deal with those rogue elements and keep them from doing any harm to him or to the government in powe
-mail us all there. jim ward, chris lavoie. >> a lot of stuff. >> stephanie: it is awful. do you need me to hold you? >> well, we also have commercials we need to play. >> stephanie: okay. >> that pay you. >> stephanie: whatever. [ whatever! ] >> stephanie: hey everybody it's hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks. joe in sewer cues, steph and staff, some days you're panel. some days you're staff. some days you're mooks. i'm so happy to hear you talk about the "l.a. times" ran an article about who we should pay attention to when jon stewart takes the summer off. you rank number three in the article. we're number three. see how later our favorite republican campaign funders show an interest in buying the "l.a. times." [ ♪ dramatic ♪ ] what? that calls for double drama. [ ♪ dramatic ♪ ] what? >> stephanie: okay. that's true. throwing out a little conspiracy theory. >> it is true. >> stephanie: the talker's list came out. talk show host in america. we're number 12. we're number 12. i'm number 12. >> weren't we number 36 before? >> stephanie: we're movin' on up. >> on the east side?
. , there's no. pick another issue. just as many people were re-signed to jim crow in the south and say yeah, yeah, that's a shame, it's a shame, but that's just the way this. i find it so the people today view the million cycling in andd out of our prisons and jails today is just an unfortunate but an alterable fact of american life. well, i'm quite certain that dr. king would not have been so resigned. so i believe that if we are truly, truly to honor dr. king, if we are to ever catch up with thank you, we've got to be willing, continue his work. we've got to be willing to go back and pick up where he left off and do the hard work of movement building on behalf of poor people of all color. and night -- and agencies get dr. king said the time to transition from the civil rights movement to a human rights movement. meaningful equality he said could not be achieved through civil rights alone. without basic human rights, the right to work, the right to shelter, the right to quality education, without basic human rights, he said, civil rights are an empty promise. so in honor of dr. king and al
. >> greta: and anchor troy hayden was in the courtroom today and joining us jim hammer, and bernie grimm and ted williams. troy, this has been going on and on and on and on. >> i know. >> greta: no kidding. at any point in this continued examination, cross examination by the prosecutor today was just beating a dead horse at this point? >> if you asked the jury i think they'd said yes. they looked like they had had it with jodi's testimony. and a lot of annoyed looks on their faces and sitting back in the chairs, armed crossed and they asked new questions today hitting on memories discrepancies of her story and i don't think many believe her at this point and i think she's in big trouble. >> so what's tomorrow, the defense calls experts? >> yeah, expert witness on battered women's syndrome and explain why jody had the fog and couldn't remember a lot after the initial shooting. at this point man, they're climbing a steep hill. i don't think that the jury is buying jodi's story and have to wait and see the verdict, but i don't know what they could do to see that. >> and sometimes they ask t
is at the jim beam facility. this is something we're making right now. everything is centered around cocktails'. charles: is that recession-proof? irish whiskey up for represent. >> as they should be. [laughter] >> although with all the money in pornography wall street will not touch it. there will not go there. charles: one company does the strip club but you are right to with the spirits. a buddie you feel badly with a conscience point* of view? >> all of these have been during responsible. >> that is the lawyers and talking. >> i don't thank you need to feel guilty. >> some people call them a cent -- it the syntax. >> i think gambling on line will explode now i will pass it over. >> the last word of the week. a lot of degenerates. high dam, a chain congressional hearing focused on a senate report following jpmorgan huge trading loss. another carnival ship having power problems returning to port in the cyber threat calling for constructive talks with united states and investing advice continues with the legalization of marijuana. how much is the war are in this costing our government? >> i k
in kentucky. jim beam. you will be the great grandson of jim beam himself. his picture is on the bottle. that is fred. you are at the very bottom because you are the seventh generation. >> that is correct. jeff: i like it. i tell you, faded in popularity. distilled spirits are back in a big way. >> bourbon is doing good. people are discovering how flavorful it is. people are learning about it. jeff: are people just drinking more these days? are they sick of the economy and all that? >> i think they want to drink better. they are looking at more of the premium marks. jeff: there is tremendous growth in this. if we grab one of these bottles off the line here, this is a bottle that is affordable to americans. you know, champagne has to come from france. bourbon has to come from kentucky. you can pay $1000 for a bottle of champagne, bourbon, you can afford. >> it is made in the united states. bourbon is affordable. it is very american. that is what we are all about here. jeff: your company, famously, was fortune brands. it broke up and now is jim beam. the focus is on jim beam and a more en
are lucky he even popes for you, jim. rocky mountain mike said i'm not catholic but if the catholics would have come out and seen their shadow would we have six more weeks of conclave? [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: i don't know. this just in breaking news mitch mcconnell announcing the republicans goal is to ensure that francis is a one-term pope. >> i want to make sure he's a one-term pope. >> stephanie: he was previously known as jorge mario bergoglio. he released this brief statement this morning. ♪ don't cry for me argentina ♪ >> he has a very high voice. >> stephanie: yes. >> especially with one lung. >> he had his lung removed when he was a child. >> stephanie: there is a pope fun fact. >> and some other organs too. >> because his voice so high. >> stephanie: oh, i see. [ applause ] >> stephanie: he probably called home, what up buenos aires. check me out! >> is that a song? >> stephanie: yeah. ♪ what is new bane -- buenos aires, i'm a pope ♪ >> stephanie: here is karl frisch. ♪ karl ♪ >> stephanie: karl frisch bullfight strategies.com. ♪ so exciting
the executive editor jim. >> i'm sorry to disappoint mika i'm not mike today. >> wait a minute. >> no, no, let's work this out in the break. >> you had to be there. >> jim, talk business here. the president met yesterday with house republicans for the first time since 2011 face-to-face. the headline in politico, house republicans meet the new, same old president obama. according to some members who were there the meeting yielded little in the way of compromise. the president signaled he would only move on entitlements if republicans agreed to new tax increases. we have heard this before. however, the white house put a positive smpin on the meeting calling it a good substantive exchange and called it a good conversation. the president admitted more with abc news there is more to be done. >> ultimately it may be that the differences are just too wide. if their position is we can't do any revenue or we can only do revenue if we gut medicare or gut social security or medicaid. if that is the position we probably will not be able to get a deal. >> if your piece up on politico read conflicting repor
's a lot of people to thank and i'm sure i will miss some folks. but first, of course, jim meko, the chair of the task force over eight years. he's actually watching us because he planned his surgery to occur after the western soma plan would go through. unfortunately we had some delays, so he is watching us from his hospital bed. and, so, we send our well wishes to him. and no, the plan is not older than jim meko. that is often a joke because of how long this plan has taken. i also want to recognize toby bee bee who is an architect and vice-chair. john elderling, henry [speaker not understood], scott, commissioner london hide, jazzy collins, [speaker not understood] and mark solomon and [speaker not understood] to its last days. of course to peter cohan and fernando martee for their technical assistance and also wanted to especially thank our planning department director john ram, of course. but especially our planners who spent countless, countless hours on this plan working with our office particularly the last couple of months. cory teague who elegantly replaced paul lord who had spent
of an untested 28-year-old leader. it is where we begin tonight with our pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski on assignment tonight in st. louis. jim, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. with today's announcement about beefing up u.s. missile defenses, the obama
year, brian. >> i wonder how the expression "young lad" will translate in north korea tonight. jim miklaszewski starting us off on tonight's rare turn of events. jim, thanks. >>> now to another story getting a lot of attention today. the very public discussion now under way about the future of the republican party playing out in a very public way today. as conservatives gathered for the big cpac conference in washington a prominent republican senator who was being considered as mitt romney's vice presidential running mate made an announcement today that surprised his party, announcing his support for same-sex marriage. and mitt romney himself made news today reemerging on the national stage to a warm reception in the room. nbc's andrea mitchell, following it all from our d.c. newsroom tonight. andrea, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. as thousands of conservative republicans gather outside washington the party's identity crisis is now personified by senator rob portman's change of heart on same-sex marriage. >> wow, what a crowd. >> reporter: on mitt romney's short li
security expert jim walsh. good to see you. is this action meant to send a message or ease fear or both? >> in the press conference announcing this change, it was said that this was intended to send a signal to north korea. i really don't think that's what this is about. maybe a little bit. this is primarily, the primary audience is the american public. it is the president and in this case the secretary of defense acting to reassure the american public that we are going to respond to the north korea threat. the reality is they're not going to have missiles that can reach the homeland, u.s. homeland for years if ever, and if i wanted to be cynical i would say this is a missile defense program that probably doesn't work aimed against missiles that will never be fired and it is okay to -- there is nothing wrong, i guess, with beefing up your defenses, but it is unclear if this even works. the bottom line, this is meant to reassure the american people, not aimed at our allies or aimed at north korea. >> when you say not sure, you're talking about the intercept tors, unclear whether they wil
. [cheers and applause] jim, snack music please. ♪ ♪ you are the best ♪ you know what, i'm in such control here, i will choose to have one more scoop. [laughter] they are scoops. i'll have it with some dip. hit it, jimmy. ♪ you are the best ♪ @"-wuuwí[cheers and applause] >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight is an artist who does impressionis. for wal-mart shoppers. his painteddings cost $6.99 for a pack of six. please welcome brendan o'connell. [cheers and applause] mr. o'connell thank you for coming on. >> thank you for having me. >> stephen: you are an american painter traditionally trained. >> more or less. >> stephen: more or less. let's say more. all right. [ laughter ] you capture themes of every day life and you've chosen to paint scenes from wal-mart. >> i started painting wal-marts eight years ago. >> stephen: did they know? >> well -- >> stephen: let show the people what i mean. jim, put up one of these. it's hard to explain. >> okay. >> stephen: that's one of your paintings? what inspired you to paint a rack of jif? >> i just kind of liked the colors, patt
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